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TULSA DAILY WOULD, MONDAY. MAKCH i, 1J1!.
GRAND JURY WILL
BE DRAWN TODAY
MUNROE TO HAVE CHARGE
rtniity Allornor lntlua OllirnB
Knowing of KxIMPn'' f CTlnio
l Appear, !K'fire Inquiry.'
I H.-, Ul rn1 JUr'- Cttl:el UP0
,,'. ...-iii.i.n of taxpayer for the In-v.mV.-uu.m
f th- violation of law
In ,l.i rminty. "HI drawn In the
. ' ,n t o'clock thin morn.
,;,sriif.l m their dutie Hy
,., ... and L.Kln at onc-e their
Vrnc.iilon,i under tho leaai fuia
... ,.f .ouniy Attorney Thomua 1.
' ThTiniirinr-r of m-ler-tln- the Jury
, fr the 1tU of Ui court to draw
, iiph from Hie rritular Jury lint.
T" ' ini'll ' "amnioned "1
t ,in ,it( ruuiwe to offer they will
I..." i,i Jiicld"! nwen innl If any
' - ,li.i'i.iiill-"l f'"" 'rvlriK their
rtw jury will then he
, ), ,rji'.l ly t tin court and retire to lla
x h.ii. I of Inquiry the grand
.,, U y iMIUrn h,i h
t.ii:ii i' niiike or who la In poH
fff i ti of f.i' i" p.rlulJiliiK to Mola-,,:,-,
if the I" vs. ITorti Informiitlon
:n nl-'inni .l or from furl preeent
, i i,i t in- r 'uniy attorney, the gran.l
,:i-. t ill other wltneaaee and
i'wi nsjlily im ce'igiito nil alleged
,'., i,..iu.' W here the evidence War
.,',,,., l.iiis if indl.tinrnt will ho re
. innl prnw-ciillona begun In
I irl In P'ur Year.
T:i: i. the frl aeehloif u gninil
irv iii 'I, hi i-minty III four earn
n:ii!im for the convening of
i,.. l.mlv r 1 1 o,l hy Jeff Oiapman
,im.1 mhrti. Mr. t'hapnmn'a activity
n i he in.i.ier la italcl to have been
i,-,.n.i:eil hv hiM Inability to get tno
i-nun-i ,i:tnine ' office, hoth under
i ne prt-n'ii' iirni former ndinlnlHtra.
f . ,, .,, ; iii the cuae of a nuinher
i ..li.niil check forgerie. The
, .. mit at'oroey. claim that there
, ii.ii sufficient evIiU-iiRO offered
i, nu'T.int jiiNihecutlon.
A i ilmilii an to who will represent
the H'H'r iii the conduct of the Tulan
niniv iridiul Jury wiih ael aaldc ye"
Mliy when County Atty. Thoniaa I.
M inrne nmunced that he would per
ajmilly take rharne of the Inveatl-
l iucii a tit the law reijulrea hltn to
won iff thoroulrhly liuiulre Into
-i-ry rninplalnt (lied hrfore the body
ami, where me eviaenco juaiirien
ooiild inline indlctnienta to be re.
lurn'd aKnlnt offendera, regardlrae
nf n lio t hev may he.
The Ministerial AHIancn nf Tutna.
cm I'eliruHry ailopled resolution!
i piirKtiiiK Ihe Rovernor o( the alate
to Hppoint an attorney to apeclally
usaisi and co-operate) with the
munly attorney In presenting evl-
ilMire of -the violation of Ihe law
o the gran.l Jury. The goverror
Iihs nnt made hiicli nn appointment
mill I'ounly Attorney Munroe aaya
ihut nnly the direct Judgo has au
tliorit)' to tako eueli action, and iKen
only after the county attorney ha
l,eeii proven hy competent evidence
o he ills, mallf led.
In fpeaklng of the action of 111
Mirtmierial Alliance In requeatlng
ihe governor of the atate to ap
point an attorney to aaalat In the
conduct of the grand Jury inveHtlgv
t,i,ns. County Attorney Mtinroo said
1 rnni the (uy 0( ,ay Induction
Into orrhe laVe never had a mem
tier ur Hie MiniHlera' Alliance
lireacrier or any officer of the
A, or a niemher uf any religion
'Kdiiliation, nn Much, to file on ain
Kle cnmplalnt of a violation of law
in thin community. 1 told ihe niln
ist'rs when I appenred at n meeting
' 'lie alliance that they did too
ii i urn talking and not enough acting
lliey nay thai a lol of people come
to tlieni and tell them about crime.
If they would bring theae people to
the countv ilttorney'a office and
ii'ike them tel what they know we
'""Id el mime actlnrfil The nilnla
'"'sak me to .o-operate with them.
""l,r N the one charged with
rniorcenieat of the law. Thev.
"' ild co-operate with me.
In Ihe absence of a grand Jurv
, " '0'mtv Httorney sits u n grand
Jit l! bei'uinea the counlv nt-
'"' ' dt when the testimony
"utinntH ., prnsecutlon to loie In
.'rniatli.t,. When Ihn i Idvnre H
''tlon Th s h u guarantee that
!'en eU'"-"" ,",r"n Wl" "' h" I,ro"
' .Mr! , ".? ' " ,rv'tl he court
urn getting cong.sated with oue
. , ,n n"r"- 'ral "t which
HI l,e an e,,,en.e to the elate
"r""" i":h noihlng. Itirlng the
. COLDSAND FLU
Calotabs, the New Nausea-Cdlmr-I,
"ia an.l Prevents "Flu by
""pinK i.iver Active.
fr : 7" Uv '"h'd from eX.
'r far: , '' "; ,f -t Import.
n. ,n;,ln, Prevention of flu
,nv he , , ' ' dlgeative orgmna
he .); ' 1 hr.f'' "orklng order and
"ill a.r,.,,,. " "- , ana
Y. M l
month of February tho county at
torney'a office heard approximately
35" coiiiplatQla. Out or Ihia iumber
only hi caaea had aufficlent evidence
to warrant the filing of Information.
If we didn't weed them out Ihn ex
peiiae to Ihn taxpayer would be
terrific. The county attorney a oi
fb'o ia the Judgo of the tomiH'U'ticy
of ihe evidence
' There are' at prenent 1S0U crlqi
Inal cmpb pending in tlio tout la and
Iho county in rternally auing ami
being eund in civil action. The
legal bualiieaa of a corporation the
aim of TuIhu county la tremondou.
There are more criminal ranea filed
In Tulan county than In Iho city of
Kaltlmore, Md , and the district at
torney of Ihn county In which Haltl
inoiB a Ideated baa 15 ahalatant. 1
haveV-only threejbut they are ach
lawyers of abUJIy and cltlr.ena of
hlKh atandlng and w are doing Ihe
best (hut e can 1.1 maintain law and
AriXHtMKY T MIMSTI ILS
Tlio correapontlence between the
county attorney and the Mlnlnterlal
alliance, with reference to ttie ap
polntmtfnl of Hpecial coutmel fur the
grand Jury, waa yeaterduy kniide pub
lic. Mr. ,y 1111 rue any, th.it ha wu
called before a apodal meeting of
the alliance on Saturday, February
24, and iiucatlone.l alioui hia Inlen
tloiia with regard to thu conduct of
tlio grand Jury liivratiguiloii. I
aaya Ihat hu told the nunletera that
he would be fair, fearleaa and Im
partial and that, while hi office had
not th time, help or facilities for
operating a detective agency to look
up evidence, that if any cltlwn had
Information to lodgn or evidence 10
offer the fact would be luveatigated
and If the evidence warranted the
grand Jury would be aaked t fnturn1
Innicimepta aValnal the offender,
whoever they might be. lie Mild Ihat
he wii lnere In Ihla elalement and
conaclenlJoimly behoved Ihat he rnu
competent. 10 conduct the Invealga-
lion, an waa bin duty. Two daa after
Ihla mi-etlng with the Inlnlatera. Mi.
Munroe received the following com
Tula, Okla., Feb Id.
'Hon. Tom Mimroe County Attor
ney, ' Tulaa. l;kla.:
"Iicur Mr. .Munroe Ijie follow
ing la a reaotutlon paaaed by Ihe
tulnlaterlal alliance In Ha regular eea-
aion on Monday. Aa eecpeiarv I am
Instructed to tiananilt a ropy of aame
" 'Wheren. nt a special meeting of
t.e Tula.i Mlniaterlal alliance held
on .'Mtiirdny laai for iho purpose of
taking Hiiim action toward nupprea
alng bn and the violation of law In
tliU cltv, and
' "Wliereaa. at mild meeting the
county artornev, Mr. Thntiina Hun
roo, waa preaent an, etaled In mubr
atance that owing to the preaaure of
bualnean aloiiK other lin. of o,'h.
tie in hw offlc,, U waf) prar,. ,lv
impomilblo for blm to K. p,,'r
arienilon and lime to d,. the kind
of work noi'i-HMry to clean up lir
town, and 1
" 'Whereiut. It U the com eiiH-.i, ,,f
opinion of Una allbmce ih..l it ia
linperallve that (ha county mi,,,,,,,,
hae aoino special uaaiaiance to Ijkc
Charge of the gland jury about t,, l.
aaembed, now, tlierefoie. be It
" Ueaolved. that we hereby p.tl
Hon your honor.' the governor of our
late, lo lippolnl a coinielent ..ti.,, .
ney and auch other help lo n iaily
aaeiat and c-opeitati with the
attorney In preaentlng evi,t..n, i.nd
.nut .iMstii mil hi,t ojr iiilH.'Otiitruc
t un of miy hti.lemciii inude bv in"
'i i" I n wilfully deduced bv' vou,
notvv itl.atandlng ,,ic reaolutbin ujion
the whole docN me an Injustice,
"I'erinit 11111 to ,.y Ui.it I .1111 deep.
l ai iiNible to tb. very great rexpoti
a bility d'olMi. upon Ine ,m county
ultiiincy an audi officer, I am free
In d schonir my duly, aa I under
'bind II. fM! lessl. , w.i limit regard
to the nature , f ti,,. oifrnse or the
charact.'r of the offender Aa a clti
i.n and laxpiver of Una collnlv,
without regard' In n.v official pol-
won. urn mierihted in good govern
mint. .111 Una connection, mv In
GERMAN ASSEMBLY "
PASSES MANY BILLS
Helmuts It. 111 foul of Trnitaitlon
Mi'iisun' and 1 Im iinhIoii I Hi ll la
Meld Over a l v
facta before the aforesaid grand lury 'iet and I'eapoiiailiihty In the wel
with reference to the violation of
1 fare nl this I'Oinii.iinily and the en-
to Hie end thai our m, in. i f enuiit nf law la un.i OumM .
Isi.ilal tAlllance or nv member
community may he rid of c, 11 rupunti ! coexteiistv e ilh that of Ihe Mln
t llel eof
"I beg to direct your 1.1 tenl Ion In
the fa. 1 thai under the hiw of this
state tin. governor Iki no authority
to d ie, 1 and appoint a special coun
sel l.i appear before grand Jmlea or
to prio-ecui'1 criminal i-naca In the
f the slate. Thla power I
"I am also niHliucted to ask vou
aa county ultorney to assist n, ',..
operate to the fulloxi extern in sc.
curing Ihe enforcement of all trie
law In thla community
"Alao upon risaoliition, um m.
trucled to expreui lo you' the appn
clallori of the alliance for vnur
ing before Ihern und discuiumg the n-sir.l solely In the (udgo of the d
.iiau-r or law erirorcemenl,
, (Signed 1 , HI") 'US F.n
"Kecretary, TuUa .Ministerial Alli
To Ihl b'lter Countv Attorney
Monroe replied aB follow
"Mr. )'. K. Mucliner,
"Secy, Mlnlateilal Alliance,
f i t court, and only III u h cases
wln ie the county attorney Is disqual
ified I would thorefom eugireal,
that in Ihe event that voir behave
that I am Insincere In my desire 10
faithfully perform (he dull" of my
offii i", or if by reason of Incnmpc
(ney or lack of courage you feel
that I iha.l be disinclined to dis-
i hartfc .,11 full .Int.' fanei'ia 1 Iv in rnv
I'ear Hir: am in receipt of vour eondui i before the grand Jurv. that
favor of February mm, netting V "ii Inform the Judgo of Ihe district
forth u copy of a certain revolution of inv Incipai ty to aerve In nuinrier
adopted by the Tulsa "Mlniaterlal and form as In auch iwi made and
Alliance at la regular session held i priylded by law
onMonday, Februury 24. lulu. j ,'l beg lo invite your attention to
"I'pon a reading of said rnln-' the convening of the trrund Jury in
lion, t regret Ihaf you nils, ,ii,mnle, r bin county- 1,11 March .1. 1919. As
uiv renwrkn befiwe your honorable 1 a 1 clil.eiis become your duty
body w ith reference to that portion : to make complaint of nil violation
of (he aaine which atate: That ow- 'of law within jour knowledge either
Ing to iho pressure of business, etc,' , l Ihe foreman of the) grand Jury or
It la impossible for htm to give i to The ijinlet signed county attorney,
proper time and attention lo the i this connection, In the presenl
klnd of work neecsxary to clean up "tenia before (he grand Jury I re
Ihe tow n " The resolution Is not spcctfullv m.llcit your most earnest
baaed upon my actual Htulemeiits In co-operatlon.
the premises, npr upon the natural "Assuring vou of mv regard for
and logical ded net lolls therefrom. I your good offices, I beg lo remain.
Hy I , A micalrtl 1 ' rw a
VVI'IMAK. ('..iiiidiv. M.rcii I -Mi'iubrii4
of ilia i, ilium national as.
selnbly rtialied tlllollgh vcvrlal bill
at this moinlng's isiiiti in an eff,o I
to gel hnvi k to and finish Ihe discus.
Ion of the national conatituiiuti, but
(be dcputli sK annlil fell afoul of ib.
Iiansiiion law bill on which dcus-
ion was dcierred ycalerdav
The holiec iiulikly passed a bill
lo shorten ihe leng'ii of election In
vestigaliona which heretofore bad
been so choked with red lape, the
runner le.ilisiag having iillourmd
petoro an inv esiigalion waa conclud
ed A tneaaiire concerninc Ihe future
Jof the 1 1 ii .y n colouira w,is nioi.
sored by the colonial iii I ii i h i . r , who
.declared th.it I rcslden I Wilson, III
Ihla 1 4 points, cjinv ocahly bad ep ,
' ken for Justice
! The. tiniiisier Hi 111 that llermncy
WJiH willing l.i siibmll the colonial
, iiucstion to am Imiiartlal ami noi,
jpaitismn t omtijiBliMi on the b.iata of
Mnprnzine.s nml Lnw
I'lcs .Vul iison's I I
apcaki ( pi i, ,v,t,,, ,,n i ,tl
Ulllu .tlfu , i lialges of
Irea'ini nl of nn'.U'j m
(oloniis lie said I,.
cllhrr , I e Ii i-ie, I ",
made vv I'll ii, i Ii, ... ll,,
I rrsi b ,,i ,:,,!,
Tti- ii cm .v t apid .
irov id nirf s.,i,.gu i: ds ,
goto,: nlTi, i,l levlsih;
dea Ihim with torelgti
llM l :" I'Hila Ihi Aa llofon.
' 'ili'".'"l 1 U on.tci if ulr f in, wli bai k
l ,M " t,i the old halm of wandering down
1 " ""' 'o the station to oc Ihn ball club ofr
' ' ' 1 '"" ' ' f"i- I Iim training camp I I'll be pret
lame sill, r thev v w itcbad tlio
c off for
USED FIFTY YEARS
I'm Moron ay In I'lilllv
"' ''"'V 1 A rra ngemiiita have I, ecu made for
I '' ' ,' I i w a Cat Mnr.ui d.. In IMili ,,l,,t,.i
II .tier, HI I ! M,n ? w hen Ihn I'liu.l.it.ufl l...l-.l
ie,ii,..n tnai tn.iniisc,,,' ! int- ; p ,y ,,,elr pei.l.,g gn,e there. It'll I
ed iii.C'ci and seem II les .. I r.l h hen.. .1,.., il,. ,.,..i ...
- ' l'"'V'e l.cmgse,, ,1 ,.,,,( The adelphla fans). .1 ,H run I le.l be I
a.., ili-K also ..,! pie, ,, ,. I 1 ., . ,.; f th w,vy Mora., , -.
lllllsc Ihe enemy al'lllles , h,, ,,, r; ., ullt ,.,-, .11. ....... , .
inc. I dim I, is i.r il.,is , '. ' ' ""'" I" """I oi
Mprrlal l.nose l,ef Ilinder Made
Itni.kbln.lrra I'.iper Killer
J0.1 I '.ast Third HI reel
I'liono 1007. Tulsa, Oklahoma
aiaien, aa I thought Intelligently and
distinctly, ihn) I did not have the
time or Inclination to play the role
of a delertlve. That toy office was
an executive office, and a audi mv
lime was completely taken up with
a consideration of cnmplalnta will
reference lo violation of law anl
prciseeiitlona In the crlmlrml oourta
' V ours very tnilv,
I Signed I
I''M I Ml Nnr-itf,
.rmy Man It una for (.iiiminr.
MiiMoiIC. 11, Marclf' 2. Col.
Frank i". Htubba nf Monroe, nn-
noiince.l here today that be will be
That a great nortlon of mv nr.. I " ' "'.ii.iaio ror toe uemoc, ai lr noml-
inL.n .... i.. .uii .u' : riannn ror governor of Ixmlsiana In
.ofheeoiVnlyd . cu , '"W i!"' ,n
Inf and defend lngyaui,. or a elvil S ' ' 7"J?..vT:
nature for and on behalf of Tulsa ,,. f ,he Slh d vision I, F en
eo .n.y However, after a full ron- ,,nill that regiment waa br ,1 e, up
Ideratlon ojf your reaolutlon, I ahull i n, replacement. ,
and furniture repairing. Iion'l
throw away a valuable piece of
furniture because It need up.
bolalerlng and reflnishliig. Wa
have Iho best equipped plant In
Ihe city nn, I use noihlng but
high grade inaleriala and exper
ienced workmen in Ibis ahop.
I'hone today and our ambulance
will call for our work.
Bowers Furniture Hospital
115 V,. Fifth Nt. l'liono loot
f"r:'.. th.v "V"n". Kor
,r n' r a.iV foun'' ,n'
' "lotahs' ,""'4' calomel, called
,hM " 'old .,vi.r' Vr"r',,v'
' for,,,."' m'1" .""""el. which
" l-'alotah. . "nlv"raal favorite.
' ik . 7 nt weaken nor
thi .e, ' l"n'- "or interfere
At the ,i" , ? nl'lon.
Ihm., ;.''"" sln f a cold
.."V ,"" "me with I"" ?:
mar a all
tine y bio-
tth . . ii s
- mim. no nau
" ' "o ealta nn
r,,h n.r d,ei 'nterferenca
fN'l doming ,voule",!r- " ""-X.
f:n'. your IH-r i ake up ''Uni
r'lte.k;Vnrf " c,1; "d your
' or i prot"?., ' I ?s,od h"l)fat.
"n,V 'n .r " 1 "'""ib are ,ld
"r'r"hlr,yf"a' '""I Package,.
Your patriotic Duty
in Buying NOW!
Reconstruction asks heroisms of ALL of us, just as in the War. Man
cannot ,live to himself aloneeach is dependent upon his fellow.
Work is needed asktpd for. Good wages must be maintained to meet living costs
to tide over. Money should be spent wisely, of course. But it is not wisdom and it is
not patriotism to keep from buying needed things. Practical
citizenship realizes that all good which came during the War
by improving the earning capacity and therefore the living
conditions of several million families inust not be allowed
to backslide to the old conditions, or worse. We must all
help to keep them up I
patriotism of Peace
Why you should start at once to build or remodel
It is better to lose a little it is better to pay some
difference because it is best for your community,
and best for the country as a whole. When you buy,
you help someone who helps someone else, and he in
turn helps you.
Building material has declined what higher figures
still exist are due almost wholly to labor cost, which
in turn is due to higher food prices which bid fair to
remain high for several years.
If you need a home or a building if you have
fund available start the improvement at once.
You can't make a mistake to buy in the long run
and you can make the mistake of not buying now
what you need.
We announce 25 price reduction
Promptly on January 1 we decided to sacrifice present profits and announced 25 percent price reduction on IDEAL Boilers,
AMERICAN Radiators, and ARCO WAND Vacuum Cleaners to quicken building and remodeling, and in answer to ihe public
demand to give employment to demobilized men.
Building material in en era! has bea reduced and ii aold at tmaller margin of profit than before the War. Aik for bid, and you 11 aae.
New material and methods have cheapened building!
Architects and Engineers tell us that wartime economies have
taught how to substitute lower-priced materials; how to save
by using standard sizes, by employing simpler methods, by
buying materials produced near home. They can save builders
of today much money. Consult them! In similar way you can
cut the price of an IDEAL Boiler and AMERICAN Radiators
by omitting the useless extra chimney or two, by omitting
useless fireplaces and mantels, needless doors and double win
dowsexpenses which all go with old-time stove and hot-air
furnace heating. Also you can save by omitting the fancy
lamps never lighted, books never read, vases that contain no
flowers, piano never played, etc
.Home building is the best and safest investment today
Building a home is always the wisest investment a family can make. It brings many returns
not to be calculated on a mere interest cost basis. You can make no better paying invest'
ment than by .changing your house into a home by the coal-saving outfit ef IDEAL
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Few men can wear
the same style Hal
Hint's w hy we have
so many proper "hapes.
are now ready.
l))l)l).s $fi to
(' & K $5
urlis cBrou)n Co.
Fashion Turk Clothiers
For Shaving, Bathing
f r u.r i
V Tba mnl of
healthy up to
data ahaUi( la
dm of Cut inv
Boa I ha "Cuti
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' no fraa alkali. tu
Irritation evert when ahavad twice oaltv
One aoap ror all Daaa-ahavtnf , bath
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value In pr "Tontine akin norltT and akin
tiaatlh due In ha delicate Cutlcura anadl.
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n mtm aiai tr, Mikm Mm, m ma u-ai
A tea aooonful r.r -?al
after moala will relievo you
.J,r'"'n.,".'"n A,-m conetHullAnal
irr.in.Mil or rheum. Him anil oul. It re
levee rhmimatlum br itlMMUtnr Ihe eakwrv
nue drpueita wnlrh cum the painful ewel
line at the lotnte, aiul drlvae the urta al
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".."III ' .
(11 J Flavor
biggest value in
can Possibly buy.
A BENEFIT to teeth,
appetite and dices
tion. And the price
is 5 cents.
r .-v x iiiibw 101